Marcos Maidana defeats Victor Ortiz in Potential Fight of Year

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Marcos Maidana defeats Victor Ortiz in Potential Fight of Year

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Would be heir-apparent (of sorts) to Oscar De La Hoya, Victor Ortiz (24-2-1 with 19 knockouts) gets stopped in a stunning shocker by Marcos Maidana (26-1, 25 KOs) of Argentina at The Staples Center.

Victor Ortiz dropped Marcos Maidana in the first. Maidana gets up throws a beautiful one-two on the button and drops Vicious Ortiz hard.

Ortiz then dropped Maidana twice in the second round and appeared to be taking over.

However, Maidana refused to lose.

In round 5, a monster left hook by Maidana opened up a huge cut on Ortiz.

A overhand right thrown all the way from the streets of Buenos Aires to the beaches of Oxnard California landed right on the mug of Ortiz. Could be the punch of the year.

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In round 6, Maidana smelled the blood and went in for the kill, dropping Ortiz again and the fat lady started singing.

The Staples Center started booing.

Ortiz finished the evening with a puzzling interview about his future and implied that he quit.

Losing I am sure plenty of fans in the process. And potentially ruining is future star power. He really should have kept his mouth shut.

Potential Fight of The Year.

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One Comment on "Marcos Maidana defeats Victor Ortiz in Potential Fight of Year"

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    dick goodnuts
    28/06/2009 at 10:14 am Permalink

    Ortiz complained that he didn’t want to take a beating?!?! This is what separates boxing from MMA—no tap outs. Nearly all boxers fight until knocked down. You are right, I was thinking that when he said it. He sounded like he was planning to retire.

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